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Steel Oil Pan
Part Number: REPM311304
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$29.46
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  • 1993 - 1996 Ford Probe SE 4 Cyl 2.0L
  • 1993 - 1997 Ford Probe Base 4 Cyl 2.0L
  • 1997 Ford Probe GTS 4 Cyl 2.0L
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Location : Front, Driver Or Passenger Side, LowerCapacity : 3.7 qts.Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year Replacement unlimited-mileage warranty
264-021 Steel Oil Pan
Part Number: RB264021
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$55.74
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  • 1993 - 1996 Ford Probe SE 4 Cyl 2.0L
  • 1993 - 1997 Ford Probe Base 4 Cyl 2.0L
  • 1997 Ford Probe GTS 4 Cyl 2.0L
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Location : LowerCapacity : 3.5 qts.Replaces OE Number : FS59-10-400A, FS59-10-400, FS01-10-400A, F42Z-6675-AQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : Lifetime Dorman limited warranty
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Ford Probe Oil Pan Customer Reviews

Replacement Steel Oil Pan
Jun 10, 2019
Great value
This part worked perfectly and provides significant savings over OEM product. Also saved $$ with free shipping.
Purchased on Apr 08, 2014

Ford Probe Oil Pan Guides

Fixing Problems with Your Ford Probe Oil Pan

Problems with your Ford Probe oil pan shouldn't be ignored as anything serious like leaks or burnt oil can seriously damage your car. Since the oil pan holds pretty much all the oil that your vehicle would use, then you'd want to keep working properly all the time and avoid any trouble. Unfortunately, your oil pan will degrade after a couple of years and cause problems for your ride unless you get a solution for them quickly. Read through our short troubleshooting guide so you can deal with these issues easily before things get out of hand.

Detecting a leak

Leaks are the number one problem that most car owners face when it comes to their oil pans, so it's best to check if there's indeed a leak before you replace the entire pan itself. As most of us now, finding the source of a leak isn't easy, but you could narrow it down by simply cleaning the part that you want to check for leaks. For the oil pan, all you'll need would be a rag and a degreaser and you'll be able to spot a leak easily. Get underneath your vehicle and clean your oil pan. Once you've gotten rid of all the grime, then you could easily spot any telltale leak as it'll begin to pool and drip. It's easier to spot it too since all the dirt is gone. Once you've narrowed down a leak to your oil pan, you'll need to replace it before the leak gets out of hand.

Oil around the bolts and bolt heads

Once you've checked that there are no leaks around your Ford Probe oil pan, then the next place that you'll need to check would be the oil pan gaskets. A common sign would be oil around the small bolts or around the bolt heads. You should also check the area around the gaskets to see if there are any traces of oil. Over time, the O-ring in the gasket or the gasket itself will wear out and leak oil. You'll simply have to replace the oil pan gasket and you're good to go.

Tips on Maintaining Your Ford Probe Oil Pan

Leaking engine oil will always lead to problems. So you have to make sure that you get it patched up right away, especially if the leak is under your Ford Probe oil pan. A lot of oil-related problems can occur inside your oil pan, and all of them will damage your engine one way or another. Everything from leaks, burnt oil, and even clogged oil lines can affect your vehicle's performance, so make sure that you get these issues fixed before they get out of hand. Maintaining your vehicle's oil pan all boils down to preventive care and spotting problems before they get bigger, so take a look at some of our tips so you'll know how to take care of your oil pan easily.


Spot leaks early


The quickest way to spot a leak is to check your driveway. Most of the time, a small puddle would form underneath your vehicle after you've left it parked in your garage or driveway overnight. Even small leaks would leave telltale drops under your vehicle. Don't neglect these leaks and plug them right away.


Narrow down leaks in your oil pan


Leaks can spring out from a lot of different components under your car. But if you suspect that a leak is coming from your oil pan, then narrow it down quickly by inspecting the oil pan and its surroundings. The best way to do this is to get underneath your vehicle and clean your oil pan using a rag and degreaser. This will get rid of the dirt and grime and allow you to spot a leak faster. It's easier to spot a small bubble of oil under your oil pan with all the muck out of the way.


Clean thoroughly when replacing your oil pan


Sometimes, the best way to maintain your vehicle's oil levels is to simply replace broken parts. In the case of the oil pan, if the leaks are too big to be plugged up, then you'll need to replace it at once. Before mounting a new oil pan, make sure that all of the connections are clean. Use a rag and degreaser to wipe away any remaining oil and dirt around gaskets and connections. You wouldn't want these to enter your new oil pan, so make sure that everything is pristine before you finish installation.

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